How to Fix javascript:void(0)

The javascript:void(0) error can be frustrating when you’re trying to open a webpage. This error occurs when there’s an issue with the Javascript programming language. It could be because your browser doesn’t have JavaScript enabled or because cache and cookies are causing problems.

Whatever the reason, this guide provides several solutions that should help you fix the javascript:void(0) error so that you can continue browsing the web without interruption.

Ensure that the Javascript is installed on your computer

Some internet applications and web pages won’t work if you don’t have Javascript installed on your computer. In this case, you need to check if you have Javascript installed on your computer.

  1. Open Control Panel.

    Open the Control Panel.
    Open the Control Panel.
  2. Under Programs, click Uninstall a program.

    Click Uninstall a Program.
    Click Uninstall a Program.
  3. Scroll through the list and look for an entry called “Java.” If you see this entry, then javascript is installed on your computer. If you don’t see this entry, then you will need to download and install javascript.
    Look for an entry called Java.
    Look for an entry called Java.

    Hint: If you have Javascript installed, I recommend deleting the program and reinstalling it to make sure that it is running correctly.

  4. To uninstall Javascript, locate the entry called “Java” in the list of installed programs, right-click it and select Uninstall. Follow the prompts to remove the Javascript software from your computer.

    Select Uninstall.
    Select Uninstall.
  5. Go to the Java website and download the latest version of Javascript.

    Download the latest version of javascript.
    Download the latest version of Javascript.
  6. Once the file has been downloaded, run the installation program and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation process.
  7. When Javascript is installed on your computer, you can return to the web pages and applications that were giving you trouble earlier, and they should now be working properly.

Ensure that the Scripting of Java Applets is enabled

  1. Press the Windows + R keys to open the Run dialog box. Type “INETCPL.CPL” and press Enter.

    type inetcpl.cpl.
    Type inetcpl.cpl.
  2. Click the Security tab. Under the Security level for this zone section, press Custom level.

    Press Custom level.
    Press Custom level.
  3. Ensure that the Scripting of Java applets option is set to Enable, then click OK for the changes to take effect.

    Ensure that the Scripting of Java Applets option is set to Enable.
    Ensure that the Scripting of Java applets option is set to Enable.

Enable Javascript on your browser

Sometimes, Javascript may not be enabled on your browser. In this case, you need to enable it.

Microsoft Edge

  1. Click the three dots at the top right of your browser window and select Settings.

    select Settings.
    Select Settings.
  2. In the left pane, select Cookies and site permissions.

    Click Cookies and site permissions.
    Click Cookies and site permissions.
  3. Under the All permissions section, click JavaScript.

    Click JavaScript.
    Click JavaScript.
  4. Toggle the “Allowed” switch to On.

    Toggle the Allowed switch to On.
    Toggle the Allowed switch to On.

Chrome

  1. Click the three dots at the top right of your browser window and select Settings.

    Select Settings.
    Select Settings.
  2. In the left pane, select Privacy and security.

    Select Privacy and security.
    Select Privacy and security.
  3. Under the Privacy and security section, select Site settings.

    Select Site settings.
    Select Site settings.
  4. Find JavaScript under the Content section and click it.

    Find JavaScript.
    Find JavaScript.
  5. Check the radio button next to Sites can use Javascript.

    Check the radio button next to Sites can use Javascript.
    Check the radio button next to Sites can use Javascript.

Firefox

  1. Open Firefox and go to this address “about:config.”

    Go to about:config.
    Go to about:config.
  2. Click Accept the Risk and Continue.

    Click Accept the Risk and Continue.
    Click Accept the Risk and Continue.
  3. The Advanced Preferences page will open. In the search bar, type “javascript.enabled”

    Type javascript.enabled.
    Type javascript.enabled.
  4. Double-click the value for “javascript.enabled” to toggle it from false to true.

    Toggle the value to true.
    Toggle the value to true.

Refresh the page by bypassing the cache

When you refresh a web page ignoring its cache, this can refresh corrupted files on the page, fixing Javascript errors.

To do this, hold down the Ctrl key and press F5. You can also hold down the Shift key and click the reload button on your browser.

Clear your browser Cookies and Cache

Cookie and cache are data stored on your computer by the browser. These files are used to make browsing websites faster and more efficient. However, sometimes these files can become corrupted and cause Javascript errors. In this case, you need to clear these files.

Microsoft Edge

  1. Click the three dots at the top right of your browser window and select Settings.

    select Settings.
    Select Settings.
  2. In the left pane, select Privacy, search, and services.

    Click Privacy, search, and services.
    Click Privacy, search, and services.
  3. Under Clear browsing data, select Choose what to clear.

    Click the Choose what to clear button.
    Click the Choose what to clear button.
  4. Select the Cookies and other site data and Cached images and files options, then press Clear now.

    Press Clear now.
    Press Clear now.

Chrome

  1. Click the three dots at the top right of your browser window, and select More tools Clear browsing data.

    Click More tools and then Clear browsing data…
    Click More tools and then Clear browsing data…
  2. A pop-up window will appear. Select the Cookies and other site data and Cached images and files options, then press Clear data.

    Select the Cookies and other site data and Cached image and files options, then press Clear data.
    Select the Cookies and other site data and Cached images and files options, then press Clear data.

Firefox

  1. Click the three lines at the top right of your browser window and select History.

    Select History.
    Select History.
  2. Press Clear recent history.

    Press Clear recent history.
    Press Clear recent history.
  3. In the pop-up window, select the Cookies and Cache options, then press Ok.

    Select the Cookies and Cache options, then press Ok.
    Select the Cookies and Cache options, then press Ok.

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